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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Not Us at USF

A comment from Daily Kos:

Part of that challenge is the dead weight of old-school journalism professors, secure in tenure, railing against newfangled technologies and those crazy kids who are destroying their utopian, long-extinct view of what journalism should really look like.

1 comment:

juan said...

I think we should show those journalism professors all the world that is possible with the introduction of the online journalism, especially in Mexico where is a titanical adventure to get a job in the normal press. actually before going to SF, I used to think like those old fashion professors, but now I really think that eventhough sometimes is dificult to now if the information is accurate in the internet, al least everybody can publish their stories without the pressure of the goverment and corporate controled traditional press.